2012-11-07, kl. 15:00
Burgas (Bulgaria), Corsica (France) and Pisa (Italy) are summer destinations while service to Paris will be year-round, with six departures a week. Meanwhile, Norwegian is increasing capacity by almost 15 per cent to a number of existing destinations such as London, Barcelona, Rome, Vasa (Finland), and Gothenburg and Umeå (Sweden).
Non-stop service to Corsica will be launched May 4, with the route flown every Saturday. Non-stop service to Pisa will begin with one Saturday departure a week beginning April 13, and more departures will be added later in the summer. Non-stop service to Burgas will begin June 25, with two departures a week, every Tuesday and Thursday. Non-stop service to Paris–Orly will be launched April 11, with flights every day except Saturday.
Norwegian is also increasing the frequency on a number of its existing routes. Among others, there will be daily flights to Rome, while Barcelona will have twelve departures a week. Beginning in April 2013, there will also be five daily departures between Stockholm-Arlanda and London. The airline is also investing in the Swedish domestic market, with the launch of a number of flights between Stockholm-Arlanda and Gothenburg as well as between Stockholm-Arlanda and Umeå.